Kona Bay moves to Redmond, WA

nobu-31-navyNo more soft Hawaiian breeze for Douglas and the group at Kona Bay, they are huddled under their umbrellas in Washington State, consolidating Seattle Bay and Kona Bay operations on the mainland. There goes my “excuse” to visit Hawaii! Keep up with Kona Bay Blog for the inside scoop and touch bases with their website regularly for their newest releases.

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2 Responses to “Kona Bay moves to Redmond, WA”

  1. Douglas Eagleson on March 25th, 2009 at 8:24 am

    Thanks for the mention but as President of Kona Bay, I get the luxury of continuing to go back and forth between Hawaii and my offices in Redmond, WA. We have been in Redmond for many years but the time was right to consolidate the two offices and staff. I just couldn’t talk UPS into driving their trucks from Honolulu to our customers on the mainland . They had some feeble excuse about trucks that don’t float or something:):)


    Doug Da Textile Samurai

  2. DEE-DEE WALKER on June 22nd, 2009 at 3:20 pm

    Dear Kona Bay / Seattle Bay Fabrics,

    I am trying so very hard to find; ” NOBU – 31 – NAVY ” I would like to purchase 4 yards of this fabric.

    Would you be so kind as to let me know WHERE I may purchase this from whom? Appreciate any information you may provide me.

    Thanking you for your time and I do wait your reply soon.

    Most Sincere
    Dee-Dee Walker
    Reno, Nevada

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